Satanic US DM: I wasn’t surprised by Paris attacks
US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter has said that he wasn’t surprised by the Paris massacre, which, according to Western officials, was carried out by the Daesh (ISIL) terrorist group.
Speaking at the Wall Street Journal Chief Executive Officer Council meeting on Monday in Washington, DC, Carter said, “I wouldn’t say that anything that happened over the last few days is surprising to me. It shouldn’t really be surprising to anyone.”
ISIL terrorists, who were initially trained by the CIA in Jordan in 2012 to destabilize the Syrian government, have claimed responsibility for the deadly attacks in France. They now control parts of Syria and Iraq.
“This is an enemy that needs to be defeated, will be defeated, stands for the opposite of everything we stand for as civilized people,” Carter said.
The Pentagon chief said Daesh has demonstrated its ability to carry out attacks outside Iraq and Syria.
“The metastasis of this has to be taken care of,” said Carter, “as well as the parent tumor, which is in Syria and Iraq.”
“We’ve been concerned about it since last summer because they [ISIS] say they have the aspiration to come here,” Carter said, but added, “their capability is not what it is in Europe. There isn’t as much ease, geographically, and movement of people.”
On Friday, bombers and gunmen launched coordinated attacks in and around the French capital, killing at least 129 people and injuring 352 others.
Independent American analysts, such as former White House official Paul Craig Roberts, say the United States and NATO actually orchestrated the Paris attacks as a “false flag” to enter the Syrian war in order to counter Russia, which has been conducting air strikes in Syria against ISIL terrorists since September 30.
The Russian fighter jets have also attacked the CIA-trained militants fighting against the government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, according to US officials.
“This was a false flag attack,” Roberts, a former assistant secretary of the US treasury, told Press TV on Monday. “It does not serve ISIL, but it does serve the Western political establishment.”